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An Era of Restraint in Health Care Spending in Canada

December 16, 2014 11:55 am
An Era of Restraint in Health Care Spending in Canada

The question is whether the current decline represents a permanent bending of the health care cost curve or a temporary pause In the wake of new health expenditure data from the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI), the evidence continues to mount that Canadian public health expenditure growth is moderating. […]

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A Genuine Candy Land

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A Genuine Candy Land

The victory of winning a board game has never tasted so sweet. Just in time for the holiday season, Gamesformotion has released your favourite childhood board game in unique chocolate editions. Some of the classics updated to become edible include Monopoly, Battleship, Scrabble, Candy Land and Clue. With the same […]

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Who are the Métis?

December 15, 2014 3:01 pm
Who are the Métis?

For generations, the Métis Nation has struggled for recognition and justice in the Canadian federation. In 1982, the existing Aboriginal and Treaty rights of the Aboriginal peoples in Canada were recognized and affirmed in s. 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982. This was a watershed for the Métis Nation, with […]

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Defending Workers’ Rights While Advocating for a New Approach

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Defending Workers’ Rights While Advocating for a New Approach

How do we determine value in Ontario? This question typically drives the development of economic policy, but in today’s Ontario, it also frames labour relations. If one were to listen to some politicians, lobby groups and thinktanks, one would assume that workers in this province were overpaid, underworked and slacking […]

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